At Velostrata, we’re proud to supply the solution to customers across industries and continents that power their successful cloud migrations. Our platform has empowered countless customers to exceed their cloud migration goals by keeping projects on track and under budget.
Read some of our favorite stories (by industry) below:
“I was excited to see that we were able to very quickly move servers from on-premises to AWS, without any manipulation or conversion of the VMs and with excellent performance. With Velostrata, I have the flexibility to leverage the public cloud on-demand and I’m never locked-in.”
– Chuck Wiggins, Director of Infrastructure
During a recent discussion with key decision makers at SanDisk, we learned Tomer Mekhty, Head of Global IT Infrastructure and Operations, referred to Velostrata’s results as a “real foundation to a hybrid IT environment strategy” for a globally distributed enterprise environment.
“We migrated servers to the cloud in about ten minutes. This was very quick and proves this is a fast approach, and I am absolutely convinced this is the correct approach for us moving forward”
“We chose Velostrata because of its speed and simplicity, and believe the system will significantly reduce the labor required to support our migration efforts, especially when compared to other tools on the market.”
“The ‘migrate first, transform later, when it makes sense’ sentiment is growing. Customers want more immediate realization of economic benefits, … this has tilted the playing field toward the lift-and-shift approach [which] is the cheapest and easiest of migration methods. In 2017, lift-and-shift migration tools will accelerate the rate of cloud migration, given their low cost for bulk application migration.”
61% of organizations are using public cloud IaaS for a combination of test, dev, and production use cases, and more than 85% of enterprise IT organizations will commit to multi-cloud architectures by 2018.”
“A multi-cloud strategy will become the common strategy for 70% of enterprises by 2019, up from less than 10% today.”